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Albert Wilson

Albert Wilson

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Height: 5' 9"Weight: 195 lbsAge: 31College: Georgia State

2024 Outlook

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Albert Wilson announces retirement from NFL

WR Albert Wilson announced his retirement from the NFL after seven seasons.

Fantasy Impact

Wilson played four seasons with the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent. He spent the next three years in Miami. Wilson also spent the past three seasons with Minnesota and Las Vegas, but did not see the field. He finishes his career having caught 218 passes for 2,499 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Ari Koslow6 weeks ago
Albert Wilson signed by the Raiders Tuesday

Albert Wilson was signed to the Raiders' active roster Tuesday.

Fantasy Impact

Wilson provides some depth for the Raiders at receiver, especially with a potential Davante Adams suspension. Wilson played with Miami in 2021, logging 213 yards on 25 receptions. The 30-year-old likely will not carry any fantasy value right now.

Jesse Garcia2 years ago
Albert Wilson signs with the Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders signed free agent WR Albert Wilson.

Fantasy Impact

Wilson was released by the Vikings back in August. He should be a depth wide receiver for the Raiders and does not hold much fantasy value.

Ari Koslow2 years ago
Albert Wilson released by Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings have released WR Albert Wilson.

Fantasy Impact

Wilson is entering his eighth NFL season after stints with both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins. The Vikings signed him on June 1, but despite a two-touchdown preseason debut, have chosen to release Wilson. Regardless, Wilson likely does not hold much fantasy value in any format this season

Albert Wilson scores twice in first preseason game

Albert Wilson caught two passes for 22 yards and two touchdowns in the Vikings' preseason opener, in which they lost 26-20 to the Raiders.

Fantasy Impact

The 30-year-old wideout has played seven years in the NFL, tallying 218 receptions for 2,499 yards and 12 touchdowns. He is competing for the fourth wideout spot on the roster, and while Kevin O'Connell's Rams used three-receiver sets a league-leading 86 percent of the time last season, there is no promise that will carry over to his new team. Wilson can be ignored in fantasy formats, though if he does break camp as the fourth receiver, he might be worth a flier in deep leagues given Adam Thielen's injury history.

Kelly Kirby2 years ago